Sunday, July 31, 2005


The intention was to be productive this weekend but friends and family intervened- and what fun that was. Gellibrand tends to be a sleepy hollow in the middle of the winter and yet this weekend lots of friends were around, kids were happy because their friends were around and lots of good food was eaten and lots of bubbles consumed.

So today after the last of family had disappeared over the horizon, I checked out the trees and bark, and my pretty boy rooster- who seems to have all of the chickens, including the bantams under control, but good heavens he croaks when we go near his pen.Posted by Picasa


Debra said...

Visiting with family and friends is wonderfully rejuvinating. And thank you for publishing that glorious photo of bark.

Frances said...

what a wonderful textured piece of bark,

Quit Smoking said...

Hello fellow fisherman,

Did you know that 16% of the U.S. population goes fishing at least 16 days a year?

Did you also know that over 75% of the nations fishermen do not fish during "prime time"; fish feeding hours?

Those precious few moments before twilight can be absolutely magical. Even up until 11pm at night, the largest predators of any species feed ravenously.

Don't believe me? Check out Daniel Eggertsen's story, and a picture of a couple of his catches here : "Evening Secrets plus more"

I want you to do me a favor and try it out so I can see what you think of it, and if it works for you as well as it did for me.

You will be one of the first to try it out.

Gone Fishin',